Mobile Application using Software Development Process

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International Journal of P2P Network Trends and Technology (IJPTT)          
 
© 2018 by IJPTT Journal
Volume-8 Issue-2
Year of Publication : 2018
Authors : S.Shanmugapriya, Dr. K. Alagarsamy, A.Saranya
  10.14445/22492615/IJPTT-V8I2P401

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S.Shanmugapriya, Dr. K. Alagarsamy, A.Saranya "Mobile Application using Software Development Process". International Journal of P2P Network Trends and Technology (IJPTT).V8 (2) 1-7 March to April 2018. ISSN:2249-2615. www.ijpttjournal.org. Published by Seventh Sense Research Group.

Abstract

The amount of mobile application improvement projects appeared to be one of the highest on the world that quickly grows to be highly aggressive and the condition of this becomes conceivable and immeasurable to intentional. While there are numbers of mobile applications, there are still issues that need to be experienced. Delivering authority mobile apps is as significant as in any additional web or desktop submission. Simplification and effortlessness of quality assurance or assessment in mobile devices is achieved by using automated testing tools. These tools have been evaluated for their features, platforms, code reporting, and competence. However, they contain not been evaluate and compared to each other for dissimilar quality attributes they can improve in the apps below test. In this paper the trend of automated testing is high on usability, accuracy and robustness. Moreover, the development is standard on testability and concert. However, for assurance of extensibility, maintainability, scalability, and stand compatibility, only a few apparatus are accessible.p>

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Keywords
Mobile application, software engineering, automated testing tools